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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1908
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Comb and Brush Trays,
i Tooth and Brush Holders,
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KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
M E R C H A ND I S E DEPT.
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
ALOHA LODGE NO. ii KNIGHTS
Rogular nicotines will be hold at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, August 1, 15, 2!).
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. C.
D. n. CASE, K. OF R. & S.
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FOR MAUI. Egj
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. I3, fir A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Knhului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
IX C. LINDSAY 11. W. A.
1 5 E N J AMI N W I L L I A MS,
t. f. Secretary.
& Liquor Co
August 12 (o 14, Time Set
There is to be a big tenuis and
polo tournament on Maui in the
near future, and the event will be
one of great interest and importance
in local sporting circles. R. W.
.Shingle, Judge P.allou, W. P. Roth,
.1. Waterhoiiso, John Fleming, Dr.
Will Rahhvin, Geo. Angus and V.
1 Dillingham are expected from
The tournament will open Wed
nesday, August 12, and will last
three (toys, finishfiig on the after
noon of Friday, August I I. Wed
nesday will, ho given up to tennis
entirely, Thursday will see nothing
but polo, and.on Friday there will
1)0 a last game of polo and the final
of the tennis tournament.
The steamer iWikahala lias been
chartered and will leave Honolulu
at 5 o'clock Tuesday, August 11, for
Knhului, arriving there early Wed
nesday morning. The tennis games
will shift in the morning and con
tinue till the players for the finals
have won their places which will
probably take till sundown.
After the tennis there will be a
"Harvest-Home" dance at Puuneue
given by the Hawaiian Plantation
Company. The steamer Claudine,
which is scheduled ,to leave Kahului
at 5 o'clock Wednesday evening,
will be held over until elev( n o'clock,
so that everybody who goes over to
Maui to' see the tennis, but must
return that night, will have :i chance
to attend the dance and enjoy all
tho good times to be crowded into
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company announces a special
roundtrip fare from Honolulu to
Kahului of $10 and tickets will be
good for the return by either the
Claudine or the Mikahala.
The polo games should prove par
ticularly exciting, as the Mania have
beaten everything so far and J heir
team is in tine condition. Most of
the players on this Tsland live
on plantations, and they have plenty
of opportunity, not only to exercise
their ponies, but to keep themselves
in good condition and fit for a
gruelling series of periods in the
The Oahu players arc taking the
coming games very seriously and are
determined to defeat their brother
players in Maui'if they can possibly
do so. They are practising each
evening for a short time and will
play a hard practise game on Sun
The Oahu team has not yet been
selected and it will be a hard matter
for the match committee to decide
on. There are nine players who are
all adept with the club and ,in the
saddle, and they are all anxious to
play on the team. Those who are
out for places on the team are W.
F. Dillingham, C. II. Cooke, John
Fleming, 15. II. Lewis,' R. W.
Shingle, Geo. II. Angus, "Geo. C.
Potter, Geo. Denison and Dr. Will
The crack Maui team is composed
of Sam lialdwin., No. i; C. C.
Krunibhaar, No. 2; Frank Rahhvin,
No. i, and David Fleming, No. 4.
With their ponies well tuned up
and their arms and muscles in fine
condition, the Mauis may bo de
pended on to put up a ripping game,
and it will be well worth every
body's while to take the trip to the
great tennis and polo tournament.
OR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office nt residence.
Kaiiui.ui, Maui, T. II.
Office Honrs: 9 ft. in. to 4 p in.
DR. F. A. ST. SURG
PHYSICIAN AND SURGliON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. toIJ P. M.
7 P.M. to 8 P.M.
i County Has New As
Honolulu, August I. With the
exception ol about thirty positions
the appointments of the teachers for
the Territorial schools wore made
yesterday by the Hoard of Educa
tion. Several other important mat
ters were taken up among which
was the suggestion to place the Cen
tral Grammar and Central Primary
schools under one principal, which
was offered by the teachers' com
mittee and turned down by the
Ixnird. The schools at Manoa, Ka
lapana aiuLKuluoa will be reduced
from two rooms to one and that at
ICaihia from three rooms fo two.
The following teachers' asxign
nienls were made:
Glowalu - lSdwaid Stnytho.
llouokohau O. W. llennig.
Lahainaluna C. A. Mat-Donald,
Mr. Wilson, Rev. Kapn, Harlan
Roberts, Mrs. MaeDmald, Sam
lionokowai-William lloopii, Rose
Wailuku ,C. E. Copeland, Mrs.
Copeland. MissOntai, Mi.-s Hanson,
Miss Criokhard, Mrs. McKay.
Makena Sam Nahele.
Ulupalakua .1. P. Cockctt, Mrs.
Kealahou J.Vincent, Airs. Vin
cent, Rose Hall.
Kaupakalua W. 1. Weils, A. S.
Mcdciros, A. Franklin.
HaikuRen. Rrightwcll, Susie
Lahaina R. Law, Miss Kaukau,
Mrs." Hose, Miss M. Gohier, Aclioy
Ahu, Florence Ho, Daisy Apo.
Kahakuloa Miss Nancy Aid.
, Lnnai Alfred Mia.
Waihee Airs. Autin, Miss L.
Lani, Hattic Maule.
Waikapu Miss Z. Rogers.
Kahului Moses Kauhimahu.
Puuncnc Miss A. J. Gait, Miss
Spreckelsville Mrs. Saboy, Miss
Makawao F. W. Hardy, Irene
Crook, Rose Crook.
Hamakuapoko Miss M. E. Flem
ing, Ethel Smith, Nellie Smith.
Kihei Manuel Anjo, Joseph
IIuclo Mary Miller.
Halehaku Miss Seholtz.
Keokea D. Kapohitkimohcwa,
Mrs. Kapohakiinohcwa, Ellen Copp.
Nahiku W. A. Yeats.
Kaupo Mrs. Marciel, Sam Kai-
Kalae Ellen Sabcy. '
Paia W. C. Crook, Miss do Lima,
Agnes Picper, Mollie Cumniings.
Ulaino Robert Renjaminc.
liana Mrs. Frain, Mrs. John
Medoiros, J. Mcdeiros.
Kipahulu W. W. Taylor Mrs.
Keanae Abel Ah You.
At il meeting of the directors of
Hawaiian Commercial it Sugar Com
pany held in San Francisco it was
decided to pay an. extra dividend of
$2.50 a share on August 10. This
is in addition to the regular month
ly dividend payable tomorrow. Late
ly this company increased, its month
ly dividend from (55 cents to SO cents
a share. This large extra dividend
now announced will lx; glad news to
tho stockholders. It means 250,000
going into their pockets and half of
tho amount comes to Honolulu. Re
fore tho information was officially
confirmed here local brokers had re
ceived it by cable. In consequence
105 was asked for II. C. it S. Co. on
the Stock Exchange this morning.
The books of the. company will bo
open for transfers tomorrow, August
5, and not again until after-tho spe
cial dividend is jxiitl. Star.
Sheriff Wants Bribe Offer
Sheriff Iaukea paid a viait to the
ofiicc of Attorney General Henicn
way this morning and asked the
Territorial oflicer to make an inves
tigation of all the circumstances con
nected with the alleged attempt
made by Isoi to bribe'hini. The call
was a long one, tho Sheriff and the
Attorney General remaining closeted
for about an hour. When Iaukea
came out he was asked for informa
tion hut did not. care to talk, refer
ring the reporter to Heinenway.
When questioned on the subject
the Attorney General stated that
tho Sheriff ifad asked him to make
an investigation of all tho Isoi mat
ters. He said that Iaukea had made
a full statement to him of all the
transactions and conversations which
had taken place, but that nothing
new or further than had already
been published, had developed. He
further slated that lie would conduct
the investigation asked and would
go into the matter 'as deeply as pos
ble. In reply to a question about
the manner in which the investiga
tion would be conducted, particular
ly whether the matter -would be
taken before the grand jury, the
Attorney General wasnon-conimit-tal.
When seen in a few moments la
ter, in earnest conversation with- an
Advertiser reporterevidontly talking
of the same subject, the sheriff still
refued to say anything further,
though in relation to Townsend,
whom he has broughtinto the mat
ter in the published reports, the
Sheriff stated that he was loath to
charge him with being a parjy to
the alleged bribery, but still that
things looked very ".suspicious.
Tho grand jury will meet tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock in the
throne room of the Executive build
ing. Whether they' will take the
matter up or not is a question. It is
dardly likely that they will at pre
sent, unless it is turned over to them
by Attorney General Hemenwav.
Later on they may delve into the
depths of the matter and investigate
not only the alleged bribery, but al
so the famous note upon which Iau
kea borr6wed the 100 which was
loaned him by tho alleged briber.
Bookkeeper is Charged
Kealia, Kauai August 4. Ed.
McCorriston, assistant bookkeeper
and chasicr of the Makec Sugar Co.,
was arrested las, Wednesday on -a
charge of embezzlement of $200
during the month of June.
As the case has not come before
the court yet nothing definite as to
the particulars of the case is so far
at hand. There has, however, been
a great deal of discussion of the
matter and curiosity is expressed
as to the outcome of the case. It ap
pears, that no less than three men in
in the employ of the company are
handling the cash and tln.t every
ono of them lias access to the books.
The latter have been falsified as
shown by erased footings, tho per
petrator having raised tho footing
by just so much cash as he abstract
ed at the time, being careful to
booet tho debt sido in a similar
manner so as to have the balance
come out correctly. It is claimed
that this gol-rich-quick system has
been practised in Kealia for sixteen
months and that the lack of an
auditor aloncxcan explain the fact
that such an open defalcation has
escaped detection long ago.
It seems to b'e a good chance for
an interesting trial and lawyers 011
both sides are busy digging up .the
facts in the case ns far as these are
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.Notice of I'mvcr of Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that, during my
absence from the Territory of Hawaii, C.
1). Lufkin pf Wailuku Maui will net as
my Attorney in fact.
Dated this 13th, day of may A. I).. 190S
W. T. KOI1INSON.
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Put a little TAUO FLO UK
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WAILUKU, : MAUI, T. II.
COKE & DAVIS
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
We propose to hold regular auc
tion sales in Wailuku and sell any
thing of value entrusted to us.
You probably have something of
value you do not need. Send it to us
and will we endeavor to sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of sales,
will be made from time to time. J
Give us a call.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at l'aia mid Ilaiuakttarioko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
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Pkoikirtok KA L.UA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Gtmeiwitces Fiest-ChiSK Work of
Wagons call for work and make
SPECIAL II AT IIS FOR PATULIIIS.
X. I5LANC1IARD, Munnger.
' V P V t '
NOTICK. ' '.
The undersigned will not be rcspon
sible for any debts contracted by his wife
without his written order.
l'aia, Maui, July 24, 19&S.
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